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The answer to cancer could be a virus
Scientists in Ottawa are exploring what happens when a virus attacks cancer cells. And they're finding out some viruses can kill
cancer cells — leaving healthy, non-cancerous cells untouched.

Health & Medical Science
Recalled drugs may treat kidney disease
Rebuilding your body
Searching for new ways to fight HIV
Controlling stem cell processes
The menace of malaria
Clinical trial and error
Researchers look
for thin gene

Earth imaging:
the next generation

Pumping up
ethanol production

Engineering health
and debate in a bottle

Fighting fusarium
a solution
to iodine deficiency

Out of the woods
What lies beneath
All fired up
The great St. John's inchworm invasion
A change in the wind

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